Vascular Plants

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Craven, L.A., Wilson, F.D. & Fryxell, P.A. (13 May 2003), A taxonomic review of Hibiscus sect. Furcaria (Malvaceae) in Western Australia and the Northern Territory. Australian Systematic Botany 16(2) (Paper) Craven, L.A., Wilson, F.D. & Fryxell, P.A. Author
Names in this reference:
  1. Brockmania membranacea W.Fitzg.
  2. Hibiscus aneuthe Craven, F.D.Wilson & Fryxell
  3. Hibiscus aphelus Craven, F.D.Wilson & Fryxell
  4. Hibiscus arnhemensis F.D.Wilson
  5. Hibiscus bacalusius Craven, F.D.Wilson & Fryxell
  6. Hibiscus byrnesii F.D.Wilson
  7. Hibiscus fallax Craven, F.D.Wilson & Fryxell
  8. Hibiscus fryxellii Mabb.
  9. Hibiscus fryxellii Mabb. var. fryxellii
  10. Hibiscus fryxellii var. mollis Craven, F.D.Wilson & Fryxell
  11. Hibiscus fryxellii Mabb. x Hibiscus superbus C.A.Gardner
  12. Hibiscus inimicus Craven, F.D.Wilson & Fryxell
  13. Hibiscus kenneallyi Craven, F.D.Wilson & Fryxell
  14. Hibiscus marenitensis Craven, F.D.Wilson & Fryxell
  15. Hibiscus menzeliae F.D.Wilson & Byrnes
  16. Hibiscus meraukensis Hochr.
  17. Hibiscus minutibracteolus F.D.Wilson
  18. Hibiscus mustiae F.D.Wilson
  19. Hibiscus petherickii Craven, F.D.Wilson & Fryxell
  20. Hibiscus reflexus Craven, F.D.Wilson & Fryxell
  21. Hibiscus riceae Craven, F.D.Wilson & Fryxell
  22. Hibiscus sabdariffa L.
  23. Hibiscus squarrulosus Craven, F.D.Wilson & Fryxell
  24. Hibiscus stewartii Craven, F.D.Wilson & Fryxell
  25. Hibiscus superbus C.A.Gardner
  26. Hibiscus symonii F.D.Wilson & Byrnes
  27. Hibiscus thegaleus Craven, F.D.Wilson & Fryxell
  28. Hibiscus zonatus F.Muell.

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